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Lay-off occurs where an employer is temporarily unable to provide an employee with the work for which they were employed. Short-time occurs where an employee’s hours of work or pay are reduced to less than 50% of normal weekly working hours or normal weekly pay. In both cases the employer must believe that the situation […]
Guidance to employers on how to manage staff with with or exposed to COVID-10 in the UK is slightly different to that given here in Ireland
What is the Parental Leave and Benefit Act 2019?
The bill will make two weeks paid Parent’s Leave available to all new parents in employment (and self-employment) from 01 November 2019.
Are your employees dragging their feet? Giving you less than you know they have got? If you think your employees are caught in a motivational slump, it is your job as their manager to inspire your employees, keep them happy and fuelled to be the best they can be in their job. Take a look […]
As spring approaches, people’s minds turn to planning their summer holidays. Managing holiday requests can be challenging for a business, especially if employees request the same week off. How do you plan ahead so that business is not disrupted? Here are some tips to help you to manage your staff leave and avoid common employee […]
The first day of any new job can be very overwhelming and it is important that as an employer you put your best foot forward for new employees. Onboarding isn’t just about first impressions, it sets the foundations for your new hires and their ability to perform effectively in their new role. Here are five […]
Social media is still a relatively new area of culture that a business needs to consider, but there is a growing concern amongst employers about how employees’ social media communications impact the company brand. With this in mind, take a look at three reasons why it is beneficial for your company to have a social […]